The little kid
The Little Kid, Thailand, by Zong.
This is one of Zong’s favorite photographs.
Water splashes upon Gaw Lar’s face. Gaw Lar means “foreigner” in Karen. Zong explains how the water makes this photograph powerful as the background remains blurred as the face and water is captured still.
About the photographer: Zong is 24 years old and has a Burmese ad Kayan heritage but was
born in Thailand. She enjoys playing volleyball. Besides, she likes experimenting with detail and zoom in her photographs. Zong’s mother came to Thailand by request of the armed militant group – the KNPP. In Kayan culture, the long neck rings are beautiful, but both Zong and her family have suffered due to “long neck tourism.”
- Lensational Photography
- Image Size
- 4896x3672 / 7.9MB
- Contained in galleries
- Black and White